Farming for a Better Environment
67 pages, softbound
Conservation tillage is the latest and most effective tool available to control soil erosion, but the farmer must take a different approach to soil preparation, fertilizer application and weed and insect control.
Conservation tillage permits greater flexibility in cropping options and has led to more acceptance of erosion control by farmers faced with ever-present financial demands. This book examines how conservation tillage affects the farm and how to manage the farm to take advantage of these effects. Learn more about how conservation tillage affects erosion, how it affects soil quality and how it affects agrichemical use.
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